Britney Spears' new single "Work Bitch" is due out on Monday, and today the Pop star teased fans with the debut of the single artwork. Seen to the right, the cover art features Spears in a dressing room dolled up as a Vegas showgirl. Spears also tweeted a picture of the writing credits for the tune, revealing will.i.am collaborated on the track, along with Swedish House Mafia DJ Sebastian Ingross, among others.
Justin Timberlake will be spending even more time hanging out with his pal Jimmy Fallon, as it was announced this week that JT will appear on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon every week in September. After performing the "Evolution of End Zone Dancing" together this past Tuesday, they announced that the show will celebrate "Timberlake Tuesdays" the next two weeks, as part of the build-up to The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2.
After nabbing the #1 album in the country, singer/actress Ariana Grande has been ordered to rest her voice by doctors. Grande tweeted that she was on "vocal rest" and later added, "For those of u asking about my voice, I screamed too much at my party totally irresponsible but it's better now, thanks for the well wishes." According to E!, Grande has a hemorrhaged vocal chord and was forced to cancel a few promotional appearances this week.
Bon Jovi has been forced to reschedule a series of gigs in Mexico and South America, following drummer Tico Torres' emergency appendectomy. The shows will be made up later this month. Jon Bon Jovi posted a note on the band's Facebook page, saying that, "We'll remain here with Tico in Mexico City and will see him through his release. [Keyboardist] David [Bryan] and I spent the day with him at the hospital and Tico sends his thanks for all of your thoughts and prayers. He wants everyone to know that it was his desire to perform. He even promised the doctors he would come back for the surgery right after the show but the doctors prevailed."
In a new interview with WGNA/Albany, Kelly Clarkson revealed she has recorded almost an entire Country album, that she hopes to release eventually. Clarkson told the Country station that she has "made almost a whole record. We haven't finished because I'm on tour, but we've made a whole record I'll end up releasing." Clarkson added, "With Jewel and Sheryl Crow, they kinda quit in Pop and came over to Country. I love both. I donít necessarily know if I have one foot in it and one foot in the other."